I just thought to write this to celebrate my parting from my longest material possession, my PC. It has been a good 10 years. It’s closing time, finally. Modifications done on this rig 2012 – Start of service. Bought a BIG chassis to support whatever fantastic thing I can think of. Machine learning, dual boot […]
The Best Candidate for Our Land
Opinion piece on Leni, and the Philippine elections
Medicine is quite different from my profession but I think having this kind of interest is healthy (get it?). Eventually, I came to reach some parallels between my discipline and the medical sciences.
MLOps is all about creating sustainability in machine learning. To maintain structure in this fast-paced field, you can try out Kedro, an open-source Python project that aims to help ML practitioners create modular, maintainable, and reproducible pipelines.
Mobility in the time of pandemic
Mobility is one of the greatest freedoms achieved in the 20th century. Deep-rooted as it is, free movement is something easy to forget. As a data scientist, this article is about how data reflects our shared quarantine experience.
I’ve been tinkering with customer lifetime value modeling the past few days since the Olist dataset in Kaggle went up. In particular, I wanted to explore the tried and tested probabilistic models, BG/NBD and GammaGamma to forecast future purchases and profits. I also wanted to see if the machine learning approach could do well — […]
A Fistful of Tech
I came across an article on emerging IT technologies for 2017. Most are rather ambitious in the local setting. Some though apply perfectly here.
CS282 Presentation – Scene Recognition
For this post, I’m sharing my presentation in our computer vision class. We are given two papers with similar topics and we are to discuss them in 15 minutes.
This is the first post of my blogging life.